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Washington Post Business
Jan 27, 2021

Biden links prosperity to civic virtues in inauguration speech
Unlike his predecessor, who inherited a booming economy and a world at peace but could only see "carnage," Biden looked out from a ransacked Capitol to a country reeling from pandemic and riven with injustice and saw the possibility for renewal and rebuilding.

Washington Post Business
Jan 27, 2021

Why the Mutated Coronavirus Variants Are So Worrisome
Viruses mutate all the time, including the novel coronavirus that's caused the global Covid-19 pandemic. Most of the changes have no apparent effect. But recent variants that have emerged in the U.K., South Africa and Brazil are causing particular concern. Studies suggest they are more contagious, and some evidence points to the U.K. strain being more deadly. An increase in infections has led to a surge in hospitalizations and deaths in England and elsewhere. Drugmakers say their vaccines should

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

YouTube suspends Rudy Giuliani from its ad revenue sharing program
The video streaming service said Giuliani repeatedly violated rules against posting false information about the recent election.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Third round of PPP lending tops $35 billion as SBA irons out glitches
The Small Business Administration is two weeks into its third round of coronavirus relief lending.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

What to Know About Trump's Second Impeachment Trial
The same Senate chamber that was overrun by insurrectionists will be the somber court for Donald Trump's impeachment trial, as senators weigh whether to make him the first president permanently disqualified from future office. A year ago, following a trial largely drama-free because its end result was never much in doubt, the Senate acquitted Trump of two articles of impeachment. Much is different this time. Trump is an ex-president, the first to face impeachment proceedings after leaving office

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Biden's commerce secretary pick pledges a tough line on China but doesn't detail how she'd deal with Huawei
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo also pledged to help the U.S. economy recover from the pandemic, to expand broadband access to regions with patchy Internet connections, and to promote manufacturing and clean-energy jobs.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Giuliani wasn't just a Trump partisan but a shrewd marketer of vitamins, gold, lawsuit says
Trump's personal lawyer sought to turn unfounded conspiracy theories and voter fraud videos into online moneymakers, attorneys said in a lawsuit seeking more than $1.3 billion in damages.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Many people may not get promised stimulus payments in hand if they owe back taxes
Backlogs and timing could prevent some Americans who owe Uncle Sam back taxes from receiving stimulus payments when they file their 2020 return to claim the Recovery Rebate Credit.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Trump's most enduring legacy could be the historic rise in the national debt
It rose almost $7.8 trillion during his time in the White House — approaching World War II levels, relative to the size of the economy. This time around, it will be much harder to dig ourselves out.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Twitter bans MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell
The fierce Trump ally doubles down on baseless claims of election fraud despite the costs to his business.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

How to choose the right gutters for your structure
ASK THE BUILDER | Soil composition is a very important thing to consider when it comes to the question of gutters or no gutters, it turns out.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

I recreated ‘Phasmophobia' in ‘The Sims 4' with the game's new paranormal pack
You can now have a haunted home in "The Sims 4," so of course I built Tanglewood from "Phasmophobia."

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Now is the perfect time to rethink your wardrobe, with an eye toward sustainability
Buying secondhand or from companies that are promoting clothing recycling and other environmentally friendly policies can help reduce your carbon footprint.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Meet the people paying $55 million each to fly to the space station
The first space crew composed entirely of private citizens includes two grandfathers and a father with three young children. All are extremely wealthy.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

How Biden Wants to Trim a Mountain of Student Debt
Among the economic issues facing the new Biden administration is how to help alleviate the weight of $1.7 trillion in student debt, a figure that had ballooned from $1 trillion in 2012. All but about $100 billion of that money is owed to the federal government by some 43 million people. President Joe Biden has said he supports a plan for Congress to cancel as much as $10,000 in debt for federal student borrowers, in part as a response to the pandemic. It's a proposal that's been welcomed by some

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Big Internet outages hit the East Coast, causing issues for Verizon, Zoom, Slack, Gmail
Internet outages and slowed services hit many areas of the East Coast just as the work day was ramping up Tuesday.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Cutting off stimulus checks to Americans earning over $75,000 could be wise, new data suggests
President Biden is debating another round of $1,400 stimulus payments. Some in Congress have urged the president to target aid to lower-income families only.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

A snug residential enclave in McLean, Va.
BUYING NEW | Gulick Group is building upscale single-family houses at its Park Grove development.

Washington Post Business
Jan 26, 2021

Transit-oriented apartment block rises in downtown Bethesda, Md.
TOWN SQUARE | The Elm is adjacent to a pocket park that opens onto Bethesda and Woodmont avenues, where dozens of restaurants, shops and a movie theater are located. Access to the Capitol Crescent Trail is also nearby.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Trump Impeachment Trial Rules Remain a Work in Progress
The same Senate chamber that was overrun by insurrectionists will become a somber court for Donald Trump's impeachment trial, as senators weigh whether to make him the first president permanently disqualified from federal office. A year ago, following a trial largely drama-free because its end result was never much in doubt, the Senate acquitted Trump of two articles of impeachment. Much is different this time around since Trump is now an ex-president -- the first to face impeachment proceedings

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Why China's Nascent Carbon Market Has Long Way to Go
China, which surpassed the U.S. as the world's biggest polluter years ago, is looking to financial markets to help restrain its greenhouse gas emissions. It plans to launch the world's largest carbon market this year and will shortly put in place the rules that will govern trading. But it could be months before any trades occur, and years before it has any meaningful effect on the emissions speeding up climate change. Instead of starting off tough, China's aim seems to be to get as many companie

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Why GameStop shares are on a wild, Reddit-driven run
Short sellers and retail investors have sent the video game company's stock up more than 2,400 percent since its April lows.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

An aerospace engineer has a solution to soggy delivery food: SAVRpaks
SAVRPak says its peel-and-stick packets can extend food's shelf life by 50 percent.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Biden administration revives effort to put Harriet Tubman on $20 bill
The Trump White House delayed the plan to replace President Andrew Jackson.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Governors' shutdowns did not cause the pandemic jobs crisis
People started staying at home before the shutdowns were ordered, data shows.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Home maintenance tasks for the winter and throughout the year
Clear out all the junk underneath your kitchen and bathroom sinks, turn on the taps and your garbage disposal, and look for leaks from above.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Options to consider when protesting a condo board decision
REAL ESTATE MATTERS | Talk to the board first. If it doesn't relent, see if other owners want to weigh in.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Twitter's misinformation problem is much bigger than Trump. The crowd may help solve it.
Twitter's Birdwatch pilot lets selected users write corrections and fact checks on potentially misleading tweets.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Alexandria, Va., lists for $314,000
AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | Recent upgrades to the condo include new hardwood floors, new lighting, renovated bathrooms, a new kitchen counter, a new dishwasher and a new refrigerator.

Washington Post Business
Jan 25, 2021

Why Delaying the Second Covid Vaccine Shot Is Messy
As hospitalizations and deaths from Covid-19 rise, governments are grappling with whether to prioritize getting a first shot of vaccine into as many arms as possible, or to take a slower approach that reserves some of the limited supply to deliver a second dose at the optimal interval to attain maximum protection. Some governments seem willing to accept the tradeoff of lower immunity to inoculate more people. Some scientists have cautioned that untested timing regimens have the potential to unde

Washington Post Business
Jan 24, 2021

What's Behind China's Crackdown on Its Tech Giants
China's biggest internet companies got that way with at least tacit support from the government. Now two events have raised doubts about where those giants stand: the last-minute suspension of a stock offering by billionaire Jack Ma's sprawling Ant Group Co. due to regulatory pressure; and the introduction of a draft antitrust policy seemingly designed to rein in the most powerful, including Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (Ant's major backer) and Tencent Holdings Ltd., operator of the WeChat super-a

Washington Post Business
Jan 24, 2021

Pandemic aftershocks overwhelm global supply lines
One year after the coronavirus pandemic first disrupted global supply chains by closing Chinese factories, fresh shipping headaches are delaying U.S. farm exports, crimping domestic manufacturing and threatening higher prices for American consumers.

Washington Post Business
Jan 23, 2021

‘Dreamers,' DACA and Biden's First Try on Immigration
The young immigrants known in the U.S. as Dreamers, and the federal program known as DACA that was designed to protect them from deportation, have dominated the fraught debate over immigration reform in Washington for the better part of a decade. President Joe Biden wants to put Dreamers on a fast track to citizenship, an idea sure to face at least some resistance in Congress.

Washington Post Business
Jan 23, 2021

You're spending more money online than you think. Here are 4 ways to save.
From hidden subscriptions to Amazon Prime, it's time to clean up all your online spending.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

A covid-fighting tool is buried in your phone. Turn it on.
Millions of Americans now have access to free, anonymous coronavirus exposure notifications. Too bad so few people use them.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Biden wants to squeeze an extra shot of vaccine out of every Pfizer vial. It won't be easy.
The Department of Health and Human Services is scrambling for supply of special syringes. It said it advised the FDA that the move authorizing six doses of the Pfizer vaccine per vial posed hurdles.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Video misrepresents Biden's arrival at Capitol during inauguration
Video tweeted on Jan. 21, misrepresents words spoken by President Biden on Jan.20, in order to push discredited conspiracy theories about his mental fitness.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

The British Passport Stoking Controversy in Hong Kong
As China asserts its control over Hong Kong with a national security law that came into force in mid-2020, the U.K. is offering some residents of its former colony a potential route out: a proposal to allow longer stays in Britain and a pathway to future citizenship. More than 5 million people, including dependents, could qualify, although only a fraction of that total is expected to make the move anytime soon.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

How This Trump Impeachment Trial Compares With First
The same Senate chamber that was overrun by insurrectionists will become a somber court for Donald Trump's impeachment trial, with senators sitting silently in judgment as they hear arguments that could make him the first president permanently disqualified from federal office.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Amazon, Facebook, other tech giants spent roughly $65 million to lobby Washington last year
The sizable sums foreshadow the political blitz that Silicon Valley is likely to mount in the face of fresh promises from President Biden and his new Democratic control in Congress that they plan to rein in the tech industry.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Why China Is Falling Out With Australia (and Allies)
China and Australia have become embroiled in a deepening political spat that is spilling over into trade. Even with some Chinese cities suffering power blackouts in December, the Beijing authorities continued to block coal shipments from Australia, underlining their determination. Miners aren't the only exporters Down Under finding it harder to access their biggest market as tensions ramp up, nor is Australia alone in feeling heat. Other countries that have clashed with China, including Canada,

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

What to Know About Vaccine-Linked Deaths, Allergies
Like all new drugs, the vaccines that have been authorized to protect against Covid-19 come with some safety concerns and side effects. Many people who've received the first two Western shots deployed, one from Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE, and another from Moderna Inc., have experienced fever, headache and pain at the site of the injection. These side effects generally disappear quickly. More worrisome, a small number of vaccine recipients have had a serious, but treatable, allergic reaction, ca

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Amazon presses for in-person voting for unionization election in the midst of a pandemic
The e-commerce giant appealed a decision to hold mail-in balloting, arguing in part that the National Labor Relations Board pandemic election guidance never defined what an "outbreak" actually is.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Another urgent item for Biden's to-do list: The looming Social Security funding crisis
The reserves of the trust fund that pays retirement and survivor benefits will be unable to pay full benefits in 2034.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Google is threatening to pull its search engine out of Australia
Google and Facebook have been in a long-running fight with Australian politicians, regulators and media companies over whether they should pay news organizations for showing their stories in search results. The battle reached a new level of intensity when a Google executive threatened to pull out of the country during testimony at the Australian Senate.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Walmart, Starbucks, Amazon and other corporate giants moving to speed up coronavirus vaccine rollout
Some of the nation's best-known brands are harnessing their logistical and technological expertise to inoculate their communities against covid-19.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Union participation rose last year, even as pandemic wreaked havoc on the jobs market
Labor advocates found reasons for hope in the data, a deviation from decades of decline for union participation.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

QAnon and pro-Trump online forums are struggling and fracturing in aftermath of the U.S. Capitol siege
Forums central to spreading QAnon and supporting former President Trump have become fractured or gone offline entirely since then Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, raising questions about their long-term viability.

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

George Washington's River Farm is listed at $32.9 million


Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Home workouts are getting expensive, as apps embrace pricey subscriptions


Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Coup attempts usually usher in long stretches of democratic decline, data shows


Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

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Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

The Trump economy left Black Americans behind. Here's how they want Biden to narrow the gaps.


Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Why State Aid Stirs Controversy From China to the EU
In theory, the system of free trade driving the world economy is supposed to provide a "level playing field" for all. In practice, countries have long complained that rivals unfairly dish out aid in the form of state-backed subsidies to boost favored companies -- often as they themselves do the same. The U.S. has been a vocal critic of European subsidies, notably aircraft financing, and has been focusing its attention increasingly on China's backing for its companies; in turn the European Union

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Why the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Still Aren't a Sure Thing
When the coronavirus pandemic forced Tokyo last year to delay the Summer Olympics and Paralympics to July 2021, organizers kept the Tokyo 2020 name, saying they wanted the event to be seen as a "light at the end of the tunnel." Instead a fresh surge in Covid-19 cases in many countries, including host Japan, has raised the same questions about whether it's safe to hold the games, even as the world races to vaccinate people against the disease. The first postponement since the modern Olympics bega

Washington Post Business
Jan 22, 2021

Dissecting China's Crackdown on Its Internet Giants
China's biggest internet companies got that way with at least tacit support from the government. Now two events have raised doubts about where those giants stand: the last-minute suspension of a stock offering by billionaire Jack Ma's sprawling Ant Group Co. due to regulatory pressure; and the introduction of a draft antitrust policy seemingly designed to rein in the most powerful, including Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (Ant's major backer) and Tencent Holdings Ltd., operator of the WeChat super-a

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Biden Agenda Includes More Electric Cars, Work Visas: QuickTake
The promises Joe Biden made as a candidate fall roughly into two categories: those easy to carry out in his first days in the Oval Office, and those that will be exceedingly difficult no matter how long he tries. Because many of President Donald Trump's initiatives were accomplished by executive order, Biden can undo them with the stroke of a pen. But his bolder ideas face uphill battles in the U.S. Senate, where his fellow Democrats will hold the narrowest majority possible. Here's a partial ta

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Biden fires Trump-appointed labor board general counsel and deputy who refused to resign
The fracas began Wednesday when the Biden administration asked now-former general counsel Peter Robb to resign, a White House official said, a precedent-breaking move.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Biden order seeks stronger workplace safety rules, signaling a more worker friendly approach
The Executive Order could lead to an emergency standard for businesses — a set of a regulations they would have to comply with, like mask-wearing, that advocates say is necessary to combat the pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

QAnon believers seek to adapt their extremist ideology for a new era: ‘Things have just started'
With Q having vanished and Trump out of office, far-right extremist groups are targeting disillusioned believers online in hopes of further radicalizing them to a new cause.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Mortgage rates dip as investors await actions of new administration
The 30-year fixed-rate average moved slightly lower to 2.77 percent. Traders are watching to see what actions President Biden takes to address the pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Jobless claims remained at historic highs last week, as Biden inherits the worst job market of any modern president
Weekly unemployment claims remain near 1 million, far above previous recessions, because of the surging pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Last-minute SBA regulation would make churches, religious businesses eligible for taxpayer-backed loans
A rule proposed on President Donald Trump's last full day in office forces the Biden administration into a politically sensitive debate that raises questions about separation of church and state.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

The Strong Dollar
For decades, the U.S. stood out as the one nation that traditionally preferred its money superpower-strong. Investors flocked to it, enabling the U.S. to borrow lots of money at low interest rates. American consumers feasted on it, buying imported goodies for less. U.S. politicians touted it as evidence of the economy's eternal dynamism. Then under former President Donald Trump's "America First" manifesto, the so-called strong-dollar policy was shoved aside, as gains in the currency crimped U.S.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

The new POTUS follows 12 government accounts on Twitter — and Chrissy Teigen
President Biden has followed mostly official White House accounts from the POTUS Twitter handle, except for one wild card.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Biden selects Slaughter as acting chair of Federal Trade Commission, Rosenworcel as acting chair of Federal Communications Commission
President Biden appointed Rebecca Kelly Slaughter as the acting chairwoman of the FTC and Jessica Rosenworcel as acting chairwoman of the FCC.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Behind the NYSE's Swerves on Delisting China Stocks
In the course of a week, the New York Stock Exchange said it would delist a trio of Chinese companies, then that it wouldn't and then that it would, stoking confusion among investors globally. The moves were the result of an initiative by then-President Donald Trump to punish companies with close ties to the Chinese military as part of a crescendo in U.S.-China tensions. The dizzying sequence reflects ambiguity over both how Trump's push would work and what its impact would be. As global index p

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Baby boomers, to retailers' surprise, are dominating online shopping
As shoppers 60 and older head online, major retailers and consumer goods brands are scrambling to meet them there.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region
The Washington Post's picks of noteworthy residences on the market.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Facebook outsources its decision to ban Trump to oversight board
Facebook said that it will submit its decision to ban Trump for review by an independent oversight board that can oversee its content moderation choices. It will be the most significant such case for the board, which was launched last year.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

For Black homeowners, a common conundrum with appraisals
Bias in home valuations has contributed to the racial wealth gap.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

House Oversight Committee chairwoman requests FBI probe of Parler, including its role in Capitol siege
The request is part of a broader inquiry into a site that gained rapid new popularity last year as a freewheeling alternative to Twitter, gaining traction in particular among conservatives.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

When free speech clashes with keeping your job
Sometimes the decision to avoid political engagement off-the-clock is an easy one. But what about when it isn't so easy?

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Why your housing dollars may go further in Montgomery County, Md., and Fairfax County, Va.
TOWN SQUARE | A new report by ATTOM Data Solutions says that homes in Montgomery and Fairfax counties were more affordable in the fourth quarter in 2020 than 12 months prior.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Baby boomers, to retailers' surprise, have discovered online shopping
As shoppers 60 and older head online, major retailers and consumer goods brands are scrambling to meet them there.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

An alleged Saudi troll campaign is targeting a movie about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi
A movie could be an example of the very trend it seeks to expose — the Saudi crushing of dissent.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Biden executive order seeks stronger workplace safety guidance from OSHA
The Executive Order could lead to an emergency standard for businesses — a set of a regulations they would have to comply with, like mask-wearing, that advocates say is necessary to combat the pandemic.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

The pandemic has been an economic disaster for women. Some took advantage of it.
Women are starting businesses out of necessity, because the timing is right or both.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

What Biden's Presidency Means for the Paris Climate Agreement
Under President Donald Trump, the U.S. officially withdrew from the Paris Agreement on global warming on Nov. 4. Trump's successor, Joe Biden, wants back in. But averting the worst effects of climate change will be an uphill battle even with the involvement of the U.S., the second-largest producer of carbon dioxide emissions, behind China. Global warming already is fueling wildfires, hurricanes and mass migrations, and in the U.S., Trump dismantled regulations meant to stifle greenhouse gas emis

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

What Does Calling Something a Genocide Actually Mean?
On his last day in office, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a "determination" accusing China of committing "atrocities" against its Uighur minority in the country's Xinjiang region. He alleged the government and Chinese Communist Party were responsible for crimes against humanity similar to those prosecuted at the Nuremburg Trials after World War II. He also leveled the charge of genocide, which he said was ongoing and described as "the systematic attempt to destroy" the Uighurs by the

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Xometry uses AI and algorithms to match manufacturers with hard-to-find parts
The Maryland-based company is closing in on $150 million in sales and planning to go public in 2021.

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Why WhatsApp's New Privacy Rules Are Sparking Alarm
Facebook Inc.'s WhatsApp has been alerting its 2 billion users to an update of its privacy policy -- and if they want to keep using the popular messaging app, they have to accept it. The new terms, delivered in early 2021, have caused an outcry among technology experts, privacy advocates, billionaire entrepreneurs and government organizations and triggered a wave of defections to rival services. WhatsApp says the changes are necessary to help it integrate better with other Facebook products, but

Washington Post Business
Jan 21, 2021

Biden fires Trump-appointed labor board general counsel who refused to resign
The fracas began earlier Wednesday when the Biden administration asked now-former general counsel Peter Robb to resign, a White House official said, a precedent-breaking move.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

The companies that are pledging not to lay off workers amid the coronavirus unemployment crisis
A record 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week. But some companies pledged to hold off on job cuts, and are offering workers a financial cushion.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

The handwarming story of how Bernie Sanders got his inauguration mittens
They were made by Jen Ellis, a second-grade teacher in Essex Junction, Vt.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

The new corporate swag: Branded masks, sanitizer spray bottles and Zoom vanity light rings
For businesses such as Lemonade, whose executives appeared in branded masks for their IPO, it's a chance to demonstrate their socially conscious identity

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

WeWork proposes post-coronavirus changes to shared-office layouts
The plan calls for "buffer seating," sanitizer stations in common rooms and one-way hallway traffic patterns to avoid "bottlenecks"

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

What a 50-50 Senate Means, for Biden and for the U.S.
Full Democratic control of the levers of federal lawmaking under President Joe Biden rests on the slimmest-possible advantage in the U.S. Senate, where any party-line vote will result in a 50-50 tie. The even Senate split, rare in American history, gives the Biden administration little margin for error and is subject to a power-sharing agreement on some administrative matters.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Luxury apartment building to rise in Rosslyn-Ballston corridor
TOWN SQUARE | Each apartment will have wood plank-style floors, nine-foot-high ceilings, a washer and dryer, programmable thermostat, stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops, pendant lights and a tile backsplash in the kitchen.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Meet the flamboyant D.C. developer who got a last-minute pardon from Trump
Douglas Jemal, convicted of wire fraud in 2007, has long ties to Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Kroger unknowingly funneled donations to a militant group. After the Capitol riots, it's cutting it off.
Kroger said it had been donating to the Indiana Oath Keepers, who were accredited as a nonprofit in 2017, from a program that lets shoppers choose charities to benefit from their purchases.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Last-minute regulation would make religious businesses eligible for taxpayer-backed SBA loans
A rule proposed on President Donald Trump's last full day in office forces the Biden administration into a politically sensitive debate that raises questions about separation of church and state.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Internet regulation takes on greater urgency as pandemic highlights digital divide
As President Joe Biden takes office, his administration faces pressure to immediately prioritize the expansion of broadband access and dismantle some of the Trump administration's hallmark efforts to deregulate the Internet.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

mRNA Vaccines Could Vanquish Covid Today, Cancer Tomorrow
The best news about the mRNA shots from BioNTech and Moderna is that the same technique could also defeat many other diseases.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Texas Vents at France, Fake News and the Woke
The state's oil regulator is a little too defensive about methane emissions.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

QAnon believers grapple with doubt, spin new theories as Trump era ends
While some QAnon disciples gave way to doubt as Trump's term ended, others doubled down on blind belief or strained to see new coded messages in the Inauguration Day's events.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

What's Behind Value Investing's Long Losing Streak?
The strategy has suffered a devastating drought for more than a decade, sending investors scrambling for answers.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

What Does a Green Grid Mean, and Can Biden Make One?
The biggest machine on Earth delivers more than $400 billion of electricity a year across nearly 7 million miles (11 million kilometers) of transmission and distribution lines. It's the U.S. power grid, an interconnected system of generating plants, wires, transformers and substations that keeps the lights on for the homes, offices and factories of the world's largest economy. Now, President-elect Joe Biden wants it to be carbon-free by 2035 as part of his ambitious plans to confront climate cha

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Who Needs Tesla Analysts When There's Reddit?
The rise in the shares of Elon Musk's company defies logic. That hasn't stopped Wall Street analysts trying to rationalize it.

Washington Post Business
Jan 20, 2021

Why Big Tech and Conservatives Are Clashing on Free Speech
When Twitter banned President Donald Trump after a mob he had encouraged stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the White House fell into an unusual social media silence. But the company's move, followed by actions by Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon to cut off individual users or social media platforms they saw as inciting violence, turned a long-simmering feud with conservatives into a full-throated battle. Trump supporters complained their free speech rights were being curtailed, but many libe

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